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GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC Office of the Plenipotentiary of the SR Government for Roma Communities Coordinator of horizontal priority Marginalized Roma Communities. Horizontal Priority Marginalised Roma Communities EURoma 3-4 May, 2012, Bratislava. Programme period 2007- 2013

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GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLICOffice of the Plenipotentiary of the SR Government for Roma CommunitiesCoordinator of horizontal priority Marginalized Roma Communities

Horizontal Priority

Marginalised Roma Communities

EURoma

3-4 May, 2012, Bratislava

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Programme period 2007- 2013

Helping disparities among regions diminish is markedly supported by:

NSFR 2007 – 2013 policy

and following NSFR 2007 – 2013 policy also implementation of Horizontal priority Marginalized Roma Communities with the main goal that is increasing employment and educational level of marginalized Roma communities population and improving their standard of living mainly via integrated approach implementation – LSCxA on behalf of 6 operational programmes integration (ROP, OP Env, OP H, OP CaEG, OP Edu and OP EaSI)

GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLICOffice of the Plenipotentiary of the SR Government for Roma CommunitiesCoordinator of horizontal priority Marginalized Roma Communities

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MRC support is during the programme period 2007 – 2013 focused on four major areas :

►Education- better educational attainment of MRC (direct support via OP Edu, OP EaSI and indirect support via ROP)

►Employment- higher employment and lower unemployment of MRC (direct support via OP EaSI, OP C&EG and indirect support via OP Env, OP Edu)

►Health – better access to the health care attendance for MRC (direct support via OP H)

►Living- better standard of living and environmental conditions (not proceeded on behalf of HP MRC)

GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLICOffice of the Plenipotentiary of the SR Government for Roma CommunitiesCoordinator of horizontal priority Marginalized Roma Communities

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structure of the coordination of the horizontal priority
Structure of the coordination of the horizontal priority

GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLICOffice of the Plenipotentiary of the SR Government for Roma CommunitiesCoordinator of horizontal priority Marginalized Roma Communities

Department for Coordination of horizontal priority MRC

Local strategies for integrated approach

MA

ROP

MA

Enviro

MA

Educ

MA

EmSoc

MA

Health

MA

CaEG

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implementation of hp mrc as of april 30th 2012 projects with a direct support
Implementation of HP MRC as of April 30th, 2012-projects with a direct support

GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLICOffice of the Plenipotentiary of the SR Government for Roma CommunitiesCoordinator of horizontal priority Marginalized Roma Communities

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implementation of lsixa projects integration in 6 op
Implementation of LSIxA-projects integration in 6 OP

GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLICOffice of the Plenipotentiary of the SR Government for Roma CommunitiesCoordinator of horizontal priority Marginalized Roma Communities

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projects with indirect support of hp mrc
Projects with indirect support of HP MRC

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Advice based on the current programme period and applicable during the next programme period:

► cross-sectional horizontal priority of MRC:

positives: an independent HP generation means a mile stone in finding a possiblity of solution to the Roma communities issue on behalf of Structural Funds; possibility of its fullfillment in various OP

negatives:misunderstanding replacement of MRC and Romma communities, non-existing proper allocation based on real needs of MRC and not based on possibilities of each OP, non-existing flexibility of variable conditions tailored to the MRC needs (a high need of audit in OP which is an area that is not reachable by the coordinator)

► cross-connection of HP and OP postpones an implementation for more than one year: a call by Office of the Plenipotentiary (3 months) =>applications evaluation in the Office of the Plenipotentiary (3-6 months) =>calls by OP (due to the schedule of MA but from 1-12 months, call 3 months) =>applications evaluation in the office of OP (3-6 months) =>contract signing and project implementation initiation (1-2 months) – total since the project has been delivered to the Office of the Plenipotentiary – 14 up to 32 months

-can we still talk about projects up-to-date? Or about the projects effectiveness?

GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLICOffice of the Plenipotentiary of the SR Government for Roma CommunitiesCoordinator of horizontal priority Marginalized Roma Communities

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►specification of the targeted group of HP MRC based on the Map of Roma Communities – insufficient (a high need of update and new data complete) and incorrect (Map of Roma Communities does not provide us with the information about MRC but all settlements with Roma population)

►a need of various OP cross-connection and guarantee of cofinancing with no consideration that the recipients present settlements with low budget and low income from the population (project budget is 100% higher than the municipality budget)

► position of HP MRC coordinator with his competencies is not in accordance with his responsibilities

►fractionalism of the whole allocation in 6 OP has not been a good choice as an effective possibility (variability of cross-connected OP makes an integration and timing of calls schedule complicated; MRC needs then must adopt to the possibilities of OP and strategies of each MA of OP on how to solve the MRC social inclusion in Slovakia)

GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLICOffice of the Plenipotentiary of the SR Government for Roma CommunitiesCoordinator of horizontal priority Marginalized Roma Communities

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A possible solution for the next programme period:

► remain with the HP with real impact – „Horizontal priority Roma inclusion (HP RI)“

► generation of independent OP „Marginalized Roma Communities“ with a direct contribution to the HP RI goals approach

Combination of ESF a ERDF resources

Areas of intervention

Only for communities with MRC population

Determine measure of cofinancing reflecting measure of marginalization and applicants type

Cross-connection with projects already implemented from the programme period 2007-2013

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Evaluation needed for the next programme period preparation:

„Specially solution to the problems of marginalized Roma communities is an ideal area to consider effects of the benefits from Structural Funds objectively.

In order to qualify a real impact of intervention it is undoubtedly necessary to possess appropriate instruments for monitoring and measuring effects. Practically it means to have an accurate and reliable information about the targeted group, or about its conditions which are aimed to be affected.“

(Ad hoc evaluation HP MRC in 2011 – CA Consulting Associates s.r.o.)

During the programme period 2007-2013 there has been the ex ante evaluation of OP proceeded though ex ante evaluation of HP MRC has not been proceeded (information based only on Map of Roma Communities). Due to this situation it appears to be a problem to evaluate effects of interventions on MRC in that we are not familiar with the initial criteria of targeted group.

There is a high need to have an ex ante evaluation of good quality of targeted group to be proceeded during the next programme period.

GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE SLOVAK REPUBLICOffice of the Plenipotentiary of the SR Government for Roma CommunitiesCoordinator of horizontal priority Marginalized Roma Communities

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